The board is the governing body of the district.
The powers of the district shall, except as otherwise provided in this part, be exercised by the board.
Within 30 days after the formation of the district the directors shall meet and organize as a board. The board shall:
(a) Elect one of its members president except in a case where Section 7046 applies.
(b) Provide for the time and place of holding its regular meetings.
At its organization meeting the board may transact any business of the district.
A district may destroy a record pursuant to Chapter 7 (commencing with Section 60200) of Division 1 of Title 6 of the Government Code.
A majority of the board shall constitute a quorum for the transaction of business.
The board may act either by ordinance, resolution, order or motion. No ordinance or resolution shall be passed or become effective without at least the affirmative votes of a majority of the then members of the board.
Separate books may be maintained for the filing of ordinances and resolutions but the ayes and noes shall be taken upon the passage of all ordinances and resolutions and entered upon the minutes of the board.
The enacting clause of all ordinances passed by the board shall be in substantially the following form: “Be it Ordained by the Board of Directors of (____ naming the district) as follows:”.
The board may pass all ordinances necessary for the regulation of the district. All ordinances shall be signed by the president and attested by the secretary.
The board shall establish rules for its proceedings.
The board may adopt a seal for the district and alter it at pleasure.
By resolution the board may change the name of the district. A change of name shall be effective upon the filing of a certified copy of the resolution with the Secretary of State and recording a certified copy in the office of the county recorder of the county in which the district is situated.